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What does encourage me to visit The Bridge is their affordable ales and wholesome food at realistic prices. The fact that I can now find a car parking space as a genuine patron is icing on the cake. The sign could possibly be improved upon but it certainly has conveyed the intended message!
I note you have decided to publicise the conviction of Jack Parker for benefit fraud. What I'm about to say some may find controversial and most who bother with the chatbox would probably disagree.
I'm not really sure why the Audlem website has chosen to single out this unfortunate man for this attention. The fraud is very much at the lower end of the scale and, the benefits system is complex and it's basically a trap that many people get caught up in. We have high taxes and big benefits for those that qualify, the benefits system together with tax credits is the most ridiculous way to run a country. I don't know the man by the way and I've never claimed benefits.
Editor's comment: This article was sent to us in the form of a press release from Cheshire East Council. We ran the story, as benefit fraud is known to be of concern to the public and Wybunbury is relatively local to Audlem when you take Cheshire East as a whole.
Agree with Terry about the sign, - get a proper one please Bridge as that is a very off-putting.
Also: Not sure what the Ultra wide-load convoy driver was thinking of, coming though Audlem at 08.25 this morning, but had the usual vans etc been parked outside the Coop, it would have got stuck for sure... He chose a completely unsuitable route and it could easily have resulted in gridlock chaos. Stick to the primary routes, please!
I'm not sure about the enormous painted sign at the Bridge threatening drivers that their cars will be towed away.
Don't get me wrong, I'm sure it must be irritating to the staff at the Bridge to have motorists abusing their car park. However, would it be too much to ask to have a neat printed sign instead? A big threatening sign sends out an unnecessary aggressive message to visitors. It certainly wouldn't encourage me to visit the Bridge.
Fair point, or am I just being pathetic?
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Site user & Lady I have today been given a copy of an email from Tracey Billingham that has fully explained the actions & findings.
Yes Lady it is Tea Waste mixed with another substance in a lagoon that has been reaction causing this foul smell.
They have set conditions with the farm & the delivery company that has been supplying the tea liquor. The council will be doing spot checks at the farm when in the area & the conditions will be in place for 12months.
If after the remains of this lagoon have been spread we still experience the problem we are to inform Tracey so that they can check if actions have been maintained or if it is not the cause.
This email is being sent to Buerton Parish council for their meeting on Tuesday so will be available to view thanks all for your help
Hi John, I used one of the companies who have been mentioned to you, they were the accredited Worcester Bosch installers (still the top hit) and seemed the most qualified, have a look at this link
and scroll down to Beware Approved Trader Sites, where you can see their handy work, I called in Worcester Bosch inspectors and he said it "looks like a 10 year had done" & "it is dangerous".
They have changed their name but are using the same logos on their website.
Likely by brother in law drove up from Kent and helped me get things corrected by them, but they would of got away with it.
We have used Paul from Coppercroft Heating to install a new oil boiler and have continued using him since. Our oil boiler was condemned and he came out and replaced it with a new one. Him and his team are so efficient, they are good with the customers, they returns your calls and keep you updated. You know.... all the things that you would expect perhaps, but so rarely get! His number is 07918 631263.
It was noticeable that all the people mentioned were male! I am hoping to see a photo of Maggie and Monique on their bicycles sometime?
Editor's comment: We would be more than happy to publish photos of ladies in the Transport Festival . If anyone has any they would like published send them to firstname.lastname@example.org
Like many others I thoroughly enjoyed the F0T and for me, the highlight was the visit of the Dacota. I am sure that this plane will have stirred many memories and emotions for the older members of the audience and reminded them of what a superb workhorse this plane was, not only during WW2 but also the Berlin airlift. I hope that someone from ASET will feed back how much the fly past was appreciated by everyone.
Try William and Martin Young of Young Gas & Oil Services Ltd
Their address is Unit 3, Regents Park, 129 London Road, Nantwich, CW5 6LW
Phone: 01270 560786
They replaced our old oil boiler last year and have just carried out a service and fitted a new thermostat. We have been pleased and impressed with the professional service and although not the least expensive we have tried, have been excellent value.
To replace an old oil boiler with a new, more efficient, oil boiler. Has anyone any recommendations for a qualified heating engineer, preferably local, who could do this for me? Thank you.
Just to add similar comments regarding the splendid weekend's events. Once again we were treated to a well organised Festival of Transport, it seems to get better each year. Well done to all concerned!
A regular Saturday morning class has been running in the Scout and guide Hall for several years now but has lost its teacher. Is there anyone out there who would like to take us on?
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Gorse Croft - Cheshire Cricket Alliance Division 2 fixture - week 16
Leighton Hospital - Mid Cheshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust invites members of the public to come along to observe the next meeting of the Trust's Board of Directors. The meeting will take place in the Board Room at Leighton Hospital in Crewe. To register your attendance at the meeting, and for further information, please telephone 01270 612128.
St James Church War Memorial - A short service of commemoration of the start of World War 1 will be held by the War Memorial at St James Church Audlem at 11.00am on 4th August. There will be a time of silence followed by prayers.
All are welcome to join us to mark the centenary.